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    Thorndike's early research concerned animal learning and frequently featured cats, which he often tasked with escaping from elaborate cages. From his observations he produced three basic laws of learning for human and non-human animals alike. These concerned how the brain "stamps in" associations (which he dubbed his Law of Effect); under what conditions learning occurs (his Law of Readiness); and how memories are maintained or forgotten: his Law of Exercise, which breaks down into sub-theories of use and disuse.




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